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    Does anyone have a picture of it?

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    bringing back the dead because I want to know the same and also how is this plant?

    its a cross of rafflensiana and gracilis right?
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    There's some confusion concerning this hybrid. True dominii is gracilis x rafflesiana, and it was used frequently in making hybrids in the late 1800's. There are some plants around that are called dominii that are actually N. intermedia, which seems to be N. hirsuta x rafflesiana. The two crosses do not look alike, but I've seen dominii named as a parent when intermedia was actually used. Again, both of these hybrids are kinda hard to find now, as they are somewhat neglected, which is too bad.

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    e-bay auction!

    Well, here is an e-bay auction with a pic...has the parents listed correctly, at least.
    17 Nash Rd.
    North Salem, NY 10560

    YOU! Outta my gene pool!

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    ...and it's true dominii [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]

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    There appears to be some confusion in the ICPS database if the foregoing discussion is correct. Here is what the database states:
    N: ~[Nepenthes * dominii {Hort.Veitch ex Mast.}]sphalm.typogr.
    P: Gard.Chron.1872:360 (1872)
    CN: [Nepenthes * dominiana {Veitch}]
    S: =[[Nepenthes rafflesiana {Jack}] * [Nepenthes hirsuta {Hook.f.}]]
    C: later synonym of [Nepenthes * dominiana {Veitch}]

    Where do you find that the true dominii is gracilis x rafflesiana?

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    My source is an old Julius Roehr's Nursery catalog. Many of their plants are pictured in the older editions of Exotica. Not everything pictured is labelled correctly, but dominii and intermedia are two that seem to be correctly, even if parentage may be dubious.

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    hmm, now I'm just more confused!!!

    Hmm neps on ebay, I always forget to check !!! so is that a real one? I'm confused on the parentage now... but that picture is of a beatiful plant I wouldn't mind groing tha.....
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